On TV this Sunday: The critics award their favorite TV and movie stars, Angie Tribeca makes herself at home on TBS and Showtime invests Billions. Here are 13 programs to keep on your radar.
Critics' Choice Awards, Angie Tribeca Marathon, Billions and Other Premieres and More
When Bob throws a dinner party to bond with a new friend, Gayle uses the opportunity to introduce her new beau… with whom Louise has a long-standing feud.
Critics' Choice Awards
Silicon Valley star T.J. Miller hosts this year’s ceremony, which for the first time honors both TV and film. (Brush up on the nominees.)
Series premiere: Political experts Mark Halperin, John Heilemann and Mark McKinnon lead this docuseries’ deep, real-time dive into the 2016 presidential race.
First, Galavant is fed up with Richard after he trades the Jewel of Valencia for a dragon. Then, at 8:30 pm, Galavant stumbles upon his father, Sir Arnold. (Watch a sneak peek.)
Series premiere: Stay with me on this one: The 10-episode first season of this Rashida Jones police comedy airs in its entirety, on a loop, for 25 hours. Season 2 — for which it has already been renewed — will then begin airing (weekly!) beginning Monday, Jan. 25, at 8:30 pm. Whew.
The Real Housewives of Potomac
Series premiere: This latest installment in the RH franchise centers on a group of women who must navigate the social waters of Maryland’s “best kept secret.”
Special time! Elizabeth goes to Myanmar to sign a Pacific Rim trade agreement, but she is met with resistance by the country’s American ambassador. (Who’s our Performer of the Week?)
Series premiere: The world of high finance is the setting for this drama, which tracks the imminent collision between two heavyweights: U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti, John Adams) and hedge fund king Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis, Homeland). Maggie Siff (Sons of Anarchy) and Malin Akerman (Trophy Wife) co-star.
Series premiere: Josh Radnor (HIMYM) and Mary Elizabeth Winstead (The Returned) star in this historical drama, which follows volunteer nurses on opposite sides of the Civil War.
Season finale: The royal family faces the possibility of the abolition of the monarchy. (Renewed.)
The Good Wife
Special time! Alicia and Cary join forces to defend a former client (returning guest star Matthew Lillard) against a multimillion-dollar lawsuit over ownership rights to his new music.
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
Check local listings | As tribute to the late David Bowie, the network presents his classic 1973 concert film — the only known hi-def performance footage of Bowie in existence.